Recent Publications

All DC islands

Below you will an overview of the reports and publications on biodiversity related subjects in the Dutch Caribbean that have recently been published.

van Buurt, G. 2022. Water conservation in Curacao; using traditional earthen dams. Updated Report.

Manning, J.C. 2022. Feeding on Feces: The nutritional value of fish feces to Caribbean parrotfishes. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America Vol. 103, No. 2 (MAY 2022), pp. 1-4. Article.

Oetjen, J., Engel, M., Schüttrumpf, H., and Brückner, H.: Tsunamis in the Caribbean Sea – Implications from coarse-clast deposits and the importance of their shape, EGU General Assembly 2022, Vienna, Austria, 23–27 May 2022, EGU22-6914, Presentation.

Rempel, H.S., Siebert, A.K., Van Wert, J.C., Bodwin, K.N., Ruttenberg, B.I. 2022. Feces consumption by nominally herbivorous fishes in the Caribbean: an underappreciated source of nutrients? Coral Reefs. Article.

Simal, F.,  Smith, L.,  Doest, O., de Lannoy, C., Franken, F., Zaandam, I., Simal, D.  Nassar, J.M. 2022. Bat Inventories at Caves and Mines on the Islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao, and Proposed Conservation Actions. Acta Chiropterologica 23(2), 455-474, (14 February 2022).  Article.

van Zee, R. 2022. Hydraulic circulation of the tides in Lac Bay, Bonaire. Journal of Water Engineering & Management. Special Edition: Advanced Research Skills. Article.

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